Best of Festival – Finalist Best Narrative – Jubilee Award – 2nd Running Time 54:00 The year is 1929. James Lewis is a police photographer in a small suburb. His job involves high risks and little reward. Jem finds himself struggling to find a true standard of justice amid his turbulent times. Ella Reinhardt is […]
Best Family Film – Jubilee Award – 1st Best Documentary – Jubilee Award – Finalist Running Time 33:39 When faced with their greatest trial, life for the Morris family was changed forever. Through challenges, opposition, and rejection at the hospital, the Morris’ continued to face each difficulty by standing on the Word of God.
In the little town of Rushere, Uganda, water is scarce and poverty is prevalent. Here, alcoholism, malaria, and HIV regularly ravage lives and destroy families. But even in a place where shrines and witchdoctors are revered and adored, a small church led by a man of faith has brought hope to a dry and weary […]
“Paradise is where God’s Word comes down and changes us.” “Paradise in Palau” – a semi-finalist in the 2013 San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival—is more than just a documentary about the wonders of an island famous for its exotic oceans and breathtaking scenery. “Paradise in Palau” is the story of the Gospel being shared […]
Please note: “The Pink Room” was screened at the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival, a family-friendly event. However, it may not be appropriate for children under 12 to watch. “The Pink Room” is a captivating 45-minute documentary that takes you into the horrific reality of sex trafficking in Cambodia. It powerfully presents the story […]
Last year GFF had the chance to meet up with Michael Payne Sr. at the San Antonio Christian Film Academy. His film “Don’t Lose Heart” was a semi-finalist at the 2012 SAICFF competition. This year he’s back with a second short film in the 2013 Festival called “Manhood”. This film is about a father’s duty […]
The SAICFF attendees got a real treat this year! What a beautiful presentation!